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September October 2014 Midwest LIving

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Patty Pinner's childhood in Michigan was all the sweeter thanks to the soul her family baked into desserts. Try 9 of her recipes, including oatmeal cookies, sweet potato cheesecake, apple butter...
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Having just a sliver of yard in Chicago’s Lincoln Park neighborhood couldn’t squash Brad Schreiber’s dreams for a stunning outdoor retreat. His solution? Escape to the roof. But his topflight plan’s...
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If life finds you at the far edge of the United States, up by Bottineau, North Dakota, plan to have your feet in two worlds: literally, at a 2,300-acre border-crossing garden, and figuratively,...
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Hovering above Michigan Avenue, a new attraction provides dizzying views of the Windy City.
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On the shores of Wisconsin’s Green Lake, a small town by the same name offers outsized attractions worth the 90-mile drive from Milwaukee.
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Family farms and berry-theme attractions in central Wisconsin draw visitors for the autumn cranberry harvest.
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Picturesque scenery and covered bridges inspire a community of creators along Indiana’s Rivers and Roads Artisan Trail.
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In the 1800s, the Illinois and Michigan Canal fueled a trail of commerce from the Illinois River to Chicago. Today, girlfriends can follow the canal for a history-infused, shopping-filled getaway.
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Find the resources used to build the Michigan farmhouse featured in Midwest Living’s September/October 2014 issue.
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After fire destroys their 100-year-old farmhouse, a Michigan couple rebuilds by blending classic charm with modern design.

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